Please note this post is not meant to make light of the deeds described here, only to make fun of, ridicule, bully and just plain beat the shit out of the idiots who commit these stupid acts.
Puppy Found in Dumpster – Winnipeg, Canada
This has got to be one of the cutest little puppies I have ever seen.
Rayne a little shepherd-collie mix was found in the pouring rain in a dumpster. Considering the size of the puppy and the size of a dumpster, I think we can all surmise that someone threw her in there.
Puppy Found in Trash Can – Atlanta, Georgia
Peyton a little shepherd mix was found by a feral cat searcher, covered in trash, tar and grime in the bottom of a trash can. Again, considering the size of the puppy and the size of a 55 gallon trash can, it’s pretty apparent that at only four months old this little guy was thrown away.
REALLY? W.T.F. IS WRONG WITH PEOPLE?
Puppies are so easy to place, I know at our local Humane Society puppies come in and puppies go out. There is absolutely no need to throw a puppy away! Cripes, at least drop it off at the pound so it has a chance, don’t leave it alone, having to fend for itself. Do the Humane thing!
If the worst happens and the puppy is destroyed at least it isn’t starved to death.
Give it a fighting chance.
If I were a millionaire I would organize a watchdog group, who would use all resources available to track down the cowards who dump dogs. And guess what?
Yup, they’d go in a giant friggin dumpster! Left alone to fend for themselves and eat garbage.
Up yours coward.
Whoo Hoo Wednesday
The whoo hoo part of this post is designed to celebrate the small and large triumphs within our animal community.
It was a sad story out of Arizona, Monday and Tuesday. A renowned agility trainer, Elicia Calhoun had a terrible car accident Monday morning. All six of her dogs were ejected from the car. A thirteen week-old-puppy was killed at the scene and three of the dogs were taken to the vet but the other two dogs ran off.
I found the story yesterday morning on the No Dog About It Blog and was captivated. I immediately joined the facebook page that had been set up to help find the two missing dogs and I checked it every five minutes, holding my breath, hoping to hear that both dogs had been found alive and well.
Sadly one of the dogs was hit by a car and killed while the other one, Tobie remained missing. Elicia checked herself out of the hospital to assist in the search and shortly after 9:00 am (mountain time) the word came down that Tobie had been found and reunited with Elicia.
The picture said it all.
That’s all I have for today, so what had you shaking your head and screaming, W.T.F. or Whoo Hoo this week?